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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1945
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'•••'•'•i'"'?'- : ft' i K.":"*'S-'A?f%tfJW;w ifte&, Algous, lews, 18, 194S Street Commissioner Jess :]Lashibrook is confined to his bed •with the "flu." Dt. and Mts. kail Hoffman .spent the weekend at their cottage at Okoboji, Mrs, Ben Hopkins, who is .making her home in Livermore, visited Algona friends Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Wllhani were Sunday guests at the L. R. Walker home at a six-thirty din- .ner. Mr, and Mrs. Will F. Walke* .left Monday for Deland, Florida, where they will spend the next .six months, Mrs. S. E. Saltow is enjoying a visit from her daughter, Mrs. .Altwegg, of Austin, Minni, who arrived Tuesday. •....• Mr, and Mrs, John Simon went .to Swea City Tuesday, where- they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. William Leland. Mrs. Alma Nelson went io Ely, Minn., a week ago Wednesday for a visit with her daughter Mrs. Hanlon Iverson. THURS., FRI., SAT., OCT. 18-19-2* Rod Cameron In "BEYOND THE PECOS" -Oo-Hlt— Leo Carrello • In "CRIME INC." Serial, "Jungle Queen" SUN., HON., TUBS., WED., OCT. 21-22-23-24 "HALF-A-MILLIO^ HOMES WRECKED LAST YEAR! [UN MAC! JEIOME COWAN «AIG MYNOIDSJ —Co-Hit— SON6SI-ACTION! ffim/ \yrlV vMr file Or InC •• You might save a few dollars "by buying another kind of self- feeder, but they will lose you money'later in many •• different •ways. Material' and labor is too - "high to waste by buying a poor •self-feeder, « • Let a self-feeder expert design •your feeder for you. I have spent the last 25 years in experimenting with self-feeders ancj I could write a book telling why you. should 'have, this feeder, but .space'doesn't permit. • I can make you money in more ways than one by using « Lee self « feeder, You can't afford to buy a different one. for each kind of feed,' that is< one for shell corn, ground feed,,eer*centrstes, etc, YOU will •want a~ self-fee^r that will feed whatever you decidg to feed. ••'••"for. instance; yo^niay turn hoga Jn v the WflSliel^pd. "£i$^ehC3pj jow feeder for ground, oats and con?enwates • to balance the corn, Then Ifiter you may want to ffnjsh !, Emma Anderson, Albert Lea, Minn., Is here for a few days visiting with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ander 1 son., . • Mrs. Paul Lindholm entertained members of her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nyle Latch, a club member, was given a farewell gift. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson of Austin and Bernard Wilson of La Crosse, Wis., were Sunday guests at the home of Bernard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. $• D- Wilson. Howard Genrieh spent the weekend visiting here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Howard is attending Drake. university, Des Moines. ; Shirley Ann, daughter of Mr. an"d Mrs. Chester Willey, was nijie years old Oct. 11. In honor of the occasion 15 little girls were invited to help her celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith of Esthervllle visited Mrs, Neal Smith the first of the week. Ernest is a brother of the late Neal Smith. He was en route to Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Latch are moving to-Window),' Minn., Nov. 11; Mr. Latch wil be sales man ager for the Pfister associated growers. While in Algona, he was with the Midwest Service Co. ' - x Fred Byson expects to go to California soon to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Byson at San Diego. He reports his father fairly well recovered from the operation he underwent several months ago. Cpl. and Mrs. Dale Nelson left Wednesday for Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where Cpl, Nelson reports after a 30-day furlough with his wife and parents. Cpl. Nelson returned to the states from Italy on Sept. 16. Mr. and Mrs. -Bernard Carter of Storm Lake announce the birth of a son, Steven Craig, born Oct. 15. The Carters formerly lived here and Mr. Carter was district manager for the Mid-Continent company. Mrs.. Ruth Kiniigh left Tuesday for Sioux City and other points in western Iowa where she will visit friends and relatives. She is companion to Mrs. E. J. Gilmore, with, whom she has lived the past few years." Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Drummond, of Evanston, are arriving Thursday from Evanston for a few days visit with' Mrs. Druni- mond's mother, Mrs. A. Hutchison, and at the homes, of her brothers Don and Theodore.". : Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges and son - Paul Jr...of i Bode ,and Mary Thilges of, Algona ; spent .the" Weekend at Le Mars visiting at the home of their cousin, Mr. and': Mrs. ' Bill Groeken." Mrs. Groeken is the former Kathryn hpg it down in Hulda Engsirom, .Mrs. "Sarah, Richter and Mrs. Esther Dallenbach, of Rockwell City, spent Tuesday visiting at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Price. Dr. Price was pastor of the Methodist church at Rockwell City from 1929 to 1935. Ensign and Mrs. C. A. Creel and little son Mike arrived Tuesday for a visit at the Dr. L. R. Potter home. Mrs. Creel is the former Kathleen Potter and has been living in Boston,., where her husband has been stationed. He has received his assignment and during his absence Mrs. 'Creel will remain here with her parents. Pf c. Lyle -puriis has written his sisters, Mrs?* John McGuire and Mrs, Jess Lashbrbok' that he is now at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, and .will receive his discharge within a few days, He will return to his home at Mason City and will .come to Algona from there fprfoC" visit. He has' been in service in Italy the past three years. He received the Purple Heart and % a bronze star Ted Herbst, who is playing with an _prchestra which travels out of Mason City, spent Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Theo Herbst. .Recently Ted weni to Minneapolis with the idea of entering the university. Things did not'shape up so well, considering the possibility of being 'called to the*"service and after talking it over with the recruiting officer, he has decided to enter the navy, Mrs, Fred Schaffer and daughter Kay of Mason City and Lt. Paxson Schaffer and wife and their little daughter Linda were Sunday guests of Mrs, J, O, Pax» son and Mr, and Mrs, D, D.. Paxson; Major Fred Schaffer is stationed, at Keesler Field, Miss,, but !y?rs, staffer and Kay have been living. in Mason City the past, year,: Mr^i pajwon Schaffer Is making, her home in Muscatine while the lieutenant i$ in service, H.e v is homejiir --«--—•••'- LeRpy her mother .Mrs, Anjia <3iU visit* ^^ft^'p^^sp^iw ^--'Jh^frp'|mdJaM £• saoiB zLQrthv . ...™-Jr -,«W|^i!s-y.Spf!rpM;f?^^:i^Y ^^^^^^W^'W^i l«ukm«jM« MttUMMM MftiU fufnbaufh spent Tuesday in Masbft Gity. Ldifttina Wlllifeii began wMk* Ing., at the Kent Motor Co. Monday. Mrs, Paul Lindholm was hostess to her sewing, club, Tuesday afternoon. Sgi, and Ms. George Koisonis have moved into the P. E. Stone apartment. Wm, J. Lamuth was here ovet the 'weekend visiting his father, Matt Lamuth. He returned to Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Plait drove to Neosho, Mo,,, to visit Howard's mother for a few days, recently. Wade Sullivan went to Des Moines on business the first of the week. He was to return Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Roscoe Kuhn of Emmetsburg were Sunday visitors at the P. E. Stone home. Mrs. Kuhn is a sister of Mrs. Stone. The ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Theo. Larson Friday afternoon at two o'clock to sew carpet rags. Mr, and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom drove to Faribault,- Minn., last Thursday, returning Saturday, on a combined business and pleasure trip. s Pvt. Max! King, son of Mrs. David King, is now stationed on Leyte island. Max had been in the infantry but is now in the quartermaster corps. Harold H. Fitch, MoMM 2-c., arrived Monday from Charleston, S. C., for a visit with parents. Mrs. P. W. Hansen, of Algona, and Ed Fitch of Sexton. Mr. and <Mis. Wade Sullivan went to Emmetsburg, Monday, where they 'attended a family dinner at six-thirty at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelley. ' Pvt. Glen Hike arrived home Tuesday morning fA>m Camp Cook, Calif.' He has received 4 his discharge after nearly two years in service, eight months of which was spent in, Europe. | , Duane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait, arrived hdme Stlnday morning from the airfield at Amarillo, Texas, for a ten-day furlough. He will report back to the same camp. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul and daughter Frances of Ft. Worth, Texas, Were visitors last week at the home of the former's brother, John and family. Mr. Thul is government engineer at a bomber plant. . Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee entertained her "500" club Wednesday evening. Members are Mesdames W. J. Sigsbee, Milton Dahl, Esther Helberg, George Stewart Sr., Beecher Lane, Theo Vaughan, Clara Pratt and R. H. Guderian, Sgt. Harlan Peters arrived Monday morning from Oceanside, Calif., where he was discharged from the marine corps. He is with his wife, the f ormer Ella May Smith,, at the home -of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C ; Smith. .. . Mrs. H. E. Stephenson drove io Hampton, Friday, taking'a group Of football players. She also visited her daughter Mrs. Frank Corey, formerly Shirley Stephenson. Mr. Corey is the manager of. the National Tea store . in Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener went to Swea City Sunday where they spent, the day with the latter's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Heidenwith. The Wegeners have received eight letters from their son Gordon in the last two days. Gordon is in Tokyo. Mrs. Maurice Michel received a -wire from her husband who was in Boston, having just returned from overseas, asking her to meet him in Chicago. She left Thursday evening and will stop in Dubuque briefly before going on to Chicago.' Thejr, will remain there several days. Mr, and Mrs. Glenn', Shore have received a letter from their son, Spencer, who is with .the army of occupation in Germany stating; that he~p going 'witti/p group of soldiers on a sight-seeing trip to Switzerland. He * will be gone about a week arid it is a welcome diversion. Raymond Steven who has been here on furlough from Kendall Field, Fla., has received 'his discharge. He was, in uniform, about four years. With his father/ Robert Steven, he has 'rented -a fairm near Britt. The men are now doing the fall plowing and the first of March the entire family will move to this location, Mrs. Arnold Danielson had a 'birthday pariy Sunday for «her son Edward, who was three years old. Guests at the Danielson home, east of Algona, were Mr. and Mrs, Vic Fitch and Mrs. .George Hix of Titonka, Mr, and Mrs. Jack WieJand of Wesley, Mr. and Mr.s, Martin Zimmerman of Whjttempre, and Mr, and Mrs. P. W,' Htuosen of Algona, Pr« and M?s, C, C. Shierk ?t» turned recently from a ten»dajf visit .with th§ laser's , msrthe.i't Mrs, A, B, -JifcCall and tbJe'cjQC- tor's mother, Mrs, 0. 0.-Shier& Their eW%e« Cameron ,,111, Rvtth and RsndaH ac them. Their visit was ed, by. the JjWess of frpm a Planned weekend. to th? teiv4ay spjourjn, haye moved to; Algona ari<j >Mf. t |§v e.mpjpyed at ]ig)»f jwfe Is' haj yy ftie J» Ronald, son d! Mil* Peterson, is ill with 8 throat trouble,, Mrs. George Boswell and Mrs. Beulah McMahon spent last Tuesday and Wednesday In Des Moines. , , Mr, and Mrs. Paul Richardson spent Sunday in Fort Dodge with the former's parents, Mr., and Mrs. W. A, Richardson. Daryl Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richardson of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Richardson. Mrs, H. S t Montgomery will be hostess to the ladies of Circle Ten of the Methodist church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ben Potter is chairman of this circle. Mrs. Craig Vinson, and little son Tommy returned Saturday from a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hayes, at Mitchell, S. DV '_. Miss Geraldine Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer who is employed at the telephone office in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with her parents. Mrs. Hazel MarSo of Minneapolis arrived Tuesday evening to spdhd a week with her mother Mrs. Harvey Johnson and her sisters Mrs. George Lee and Mrs. John Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutching and children, Mrs. Paul Hutchins and children and Mrs.' Glee Pitcher and little son Billie Spent Sunday at Dolliver park 'near Fort Dodge. Mrs. Laura Hintz, who : makes her home with her daughter Mrs. Paul Seeley, left last week Friday for a visit with relatives in Davenport. She plans to be gone about a month. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peterson and Mrs. Anna Dahl of Swea City were visitors at the Milton Dahl home Thursday. Mrs. Peterson is a sister of Mr. Dahl and Mrs. Anna Dahl is their mother. Mrs. Hervert Spring of Fargo, N. D., brought her mother, Mrs. Flora Gabriel, home the .latter part of the week following two months visit. Mrs. Gabriel makes her home with Mrs. Andrew Peterson.' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips and the latter's mother, Mrs. J. F. Harvey went to Albert Lea, Sunday,'where they spent the day with Mr» and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips. Elmer and Lloyd are brothers. Mrs. Merle Hoover and little daughter Susan went to Titonka, Sunday, where they will spen.d|a. week with Mr. Hoover's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover. Merle" is in service and is located 4n the South, Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Carney and daughter, Mary Frances, and Mrs. Earl Cooper recently spent the weekend at Madison, W-is., visiting the Carney daughter, Fern, who is employed by Master-Mix Feeds. . Mr. and Mrs. Cartwight recently moved here from Rockfcird, 111. He is with a farm prbdufcts company. They have takejt.'an apartment in ."the. governmeiit; project, known to Algonians; as. the Donahue house. " " ' ] Mr. and Mrs. Clydes Hatch and children Jerry and Kenneth of Albert Lea visited at the Jack Craig home Sunday. Mr. ancl Mrs. Hatch formerly lived in Algona and moved to Albert Lea about three years ago. I. Mrs. W. B, Crosby of Marshalltown arrived Sunday for a visit of several days with her sister Mrs. Richard Norton. Mrs. Norton has been in Marshalltown the Ptfot week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N;-:E. Downing. v I .-,.-, Philip Rar'Mihard has cabled his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Minard, that he will be in New York harbor on the U. S. S, Missouri Oct. 25th and will be hoijrie a little later for a visit. He h/as been in the navy about two years. i ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson left Saturday for Portland, Oregon, where they will spend two weeks hunting deer and elk Miss Alice Kirkwood, of Windom, Minn.,; a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips accompanied them. Mrs. George Roepke and Mrs C. F. Roepke went to Minneapolis the latter .part of the week Lt, C. F, Roepke was there on leave and his wife and mother met him there for a -visit. They will spend about two weeks with Mr. and Mrs, . Allen Cameron, Mrs. Cameron being a daughter of Mrs. George Roepke. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pollard and children Tommy and Joan of Fall City, Neb., are expected this weekend at the C. U. Pollard home. The men are brothers, Patricia Pollard, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C, U. Pollard,'is also expected from Rochester, where she is taking nurses training. She, will be graduated ..if June. .- r Charles Jahue Hardgrove a*' rived home last Sunday from. Palm Beach, Fla,, after receiving 3n honorable medical discharge from the navy, "<2huck," son Mr?* 1 Fern Eferdgrpve, j, as not .".'" .... „ definite future pla|w« but may BW to Attend school, 2huek?8 projthje?,' Jerome, also sin the navy, i& on. bis way ' • th| Faq|fic,* ' of jbe fett ..,„.„ Wednesday for... .„ L^mmon, S. P., aftei thjee jspfk| yjsjf with relatives tt Ws aafewitf^Mw *nj$ey liisi**** Mts. O. W. Hackney enjoyed a visit last Wednesday from Mrs. Ethel Peterson and Mrs. H. F. Broom, Bricelyn, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Voeglie of Monroe, Wis., were Sunday guests of fir. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. jVtrs. Voeglie is a cousin of the doctor. Bob Sigsbee, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, who is attending commercial school at Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with his parents. . Mrs. Prank Ostrum, who has been in poor health the past several weeks, was taken to St. Mary's hospital in Rochester Monday by her son Ed. Mrs. H. E. Lampright and son Bob spent the weekend in Des Moines at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hansen. Mrs. Hansen is a sister of Mrs. Lampright. Mrs. Ralph Lindhorsl and Miss Patricia Seeley went to Cedar Rapids for the weekend which they spent with the former's brother, Bert Sankey, who is attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Baker Sr. went to Bancroft, Sunday, where they visited Mr. Baker's sisters, Mrs. Henry Fox and Mrs. Joe Whalen. Mrs. Whalen is moving to Mason City soon. Donna Jean, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Minard of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Minard. The child's father is in service in Tokyo. Ensign Gardner Patterson and his wife of Washington, D. C., arrived Thursday from Washington and will spend his three weeks furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patterson Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long and Mrs. Glee Pitcher and children Billie and Nancy went to Mason City last week Thursday, where they spent the day. Mrs. Pitcher and children visited at the Dr. and Mrs. George Crabb home. Mrs. Francis Nelson who is ai- tending the Thompson school of cosmetology at Des Moines spent the weekend with her husband and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fay Minard. Mr. Nelson was recently discharged from service. Mrs. Nelson will complete her course in December. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Crapser have received word from their daughter, Mrs. Vivian C. Walker, that she was given an honorable discharge from the WAVEs October 4 at Camp Elliott, Calif. She is living with her husband in San Diego,, but they expect to come to Algona in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Venieicher went to Osage Saturday, where they joined Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Venteicher and little daughter Laurel Jean and the two families motored to Lansing, Iowa, then to La Crosse, to Rochester, and back to Osage and Algona. L.' A. Venteicher is a brother of C. G. They report a wonderful trip. Mrs. Henry Ewaldt enjoyed a visit Sunday from her sister .Miss Rose Weise Of Burt and two friends, the Misses Bertha and Lydia Kessler, ,|lso'..of, BUrt. Mrs. Ewoldf lias been confined to her bed for some time suffering from a blood clot in her leg. She is slowly improving. She also has been ailing with arthritis for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener and' daughters Lydia and Ruth visited last week at the home of Mr. Wegener's mother, Mrs. Henry Wegener. Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grinert of Whittemore, Mrs. E. K. .JohnsoVi and daughter Eunice of Fenton, and Barbara Jean Hanifan of Fenton enjoyed a family "get-together" at the home of Mrs. Wegeijer. Paul E. Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer, has been discharged from service and arrived home Monday. He had been in the hospital at San Diego with malaria. His wife, the former Mary Jane Owen'of Garner, has joined him and for the present they are making their home with his parents. He has taken up his former job of" trucking for John Utters. Mrs. Leslie Gannon, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Steinmetz and Richard Scherer of Mitchell S. D., visited Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scherer a couple of days the latter part of the week. The ladies are sisters of Mr. Scherer and the latter is a brother. Pvt, Adrian Scherer, another brother, arrived Thursday on 30-day furlough. He was on Luzon and suffered a leg wound which has caused him to be hospitalized and following his stay here, he will enter the jov- ernment hospital at Galesburg, Dale Nelson who has been in service in Italy and has been home on furlough since September 16, will report to Jefferson Barracks, Thursday. His wife, the former Ardeeix Barr, is making her hone here Uuring his ab' sence, LeRoy Nelson has also been home two weeks. He will report back to Fort Sam Hous; ton, Texas. The young men are spns of Mrs. John Sanders.' Mr- ganders has been at the P. W, can$p in Algona. He left Wednes* day night for Fort Sheridan ,where he will Te-enJist, • He has pne.; year and eight month? of ieryice to complete 30 years of s,ervice f Halph Gwpeniw h§4 i wire" fw>m her husband, Capt, enter, asWng her fa jneet to CWeago and on Sunday and, Mrs, Kenefick: drove to, pity, Mrs, Keneftck wffi vt»t '.it Mr, and Mrs. Saift Smith ed friends in _E»nmetsbufg, Tuesday. • " , Mrs. Mike Pidl/e* and her son and wife, Cpl. and Mrs. Henry Pfeffer, drove to Galesburg, 111., last Thursday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham and family. Mrs. Witham is a daughter of Mrs. Mike Pfeffer. They returned Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harrington Green of Chicago came last Friday for a week's visit at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Barney Casler. Mr. Green has received his discharge and plans to take up the Swedish massage with which he has had much experience. Sgt. Vernon Plaihe arrived home Monday from France after 32 months overseas in the signal corps. He is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, of Bode. Sgt. Plathe will leave next Monday for Fort Sheridan, 111., where he will receive his discharge. Miss Doris Yoting, R. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Homer Young, is leaving for Fairbanks, Alaska, Saturday, where she has accepted a position on the, nursing staff at the St. Joseph's hospital. She has been on the staff at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Young, of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young of Nora Springs spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Young. The men are brothers. Ray was recently discharged from service-. The C. J. Youngs left for California the first of the week. Mr. and-Mrs. Edgar Westphal. the former's brother Gus and father Paul, all of Worthirigton, Minn., visited briefly at the Murlin Westphal home, Wednesday. Thep arty was en route to Joliet, 1111., and on Saturday will return for a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Westphal are "newlyweds." David Smith, son of Mrs. Neal Smith, arrived here after receiving his discharge from the army. He will farm the hqme place with his mother. His wife is at present with her brother, Le Roy Scheppman in San Francisco, but Congregational Rummage Sale ALLEN MOTOR Saturday, October 20 V s *. '' I sold my truck while home on furlough : and tfish to thank my customers for their past patron-; age. •• "• •' •"'. ' ; ALFBEB SCHEEER will join her husbattd hefe, as soon as she is a little stfbttgef, following the birth of a child Sept. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Met*ad* den are visiting here while th6 former is on a 45-day furlough from C&mp Chaffee, Ark., where he is in the signal c'orps. "Del" came back from overseas in July after serving a year. They are visiting his mother, Mrs. Sarah McFadden, and her sister, Mrs. Id atM fri Mr, and baby Klanieth Falls, redeived his dis-.. visit ,a week or teS d&y& ?a| IB home -of his parents, Mfi Mrs. Karl WillBssoh, ; Th Bob wilt be doming «oon ' is on the east coast now atidj take part in the victory -. in New York City October 211 • BIGGER AND BUYS MARK OtJtt Drive to your Thrifty A"& P to* day and load up your Car Wittt' Grand-Tasting: Foods at Mighty Attractive Prices Pillsbury's Flour 25 Ib. bag $[£0 Pik-nik Shoestring Potatoes, 3^ oz pkg f | g Fresh Cottage Cheese 12 oz pkg (70 Fresh Country Eggs B-large doz ctn 456 Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs—we pay highest prices, 'i Skinless Frankfurters...,.........,....: it;, Fresh Daisy Cheese ....l.Ib. Summer Sausage...: Ib: 350 FREE! Get Your Copy Our New Fish Menu Leaflet! 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